Webb, Rose Mary

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Personality, Intelligence, and Attractiveness Judgments: The Accuracy of First Impressions 2011 9676 First impressions are prominent in our everyday interactions. The way that we perceive others, even if based only on physical appearance, can influence future interactions. The strength of first impressions has been demonstrated through interrater co...
The Influence of Candidate Gender, Incumbent Gender, and Job Position on Hiring Decisions in an Experimental Paradigm 2014 851 Previous research examining gender biases in a hiring context shows that female candidates tend to be rated more negatively than equally-qualified male candidates. This effect is not consistent across all studies, which causes the role of gender bias...
Deconstructing The Unskilled-And-Unaware Problem: Examining The Effect of Feedback on Misestimation While Disentangling Cognitive Bias From Statistical Artifact 2015 330 The Unskilled-and-Unaware Problem (UUP) describes the phenomenon where poor performers tend to overestimate their abilities while high performers underestimate theirs. Dunning (2011) argues that the misestimations of low and high performers result fr...
Another Look At Milgram: The Role Of Reflection Time And Normative Information In Obedience To Authority 2017 62 This study aimed to investigate the effect of normative information and time to reflect on obedience to authority. We sought to extend Milgram’s paradigm to investigate people’s willingness to inflict psychological pain on others by using a Cyberball...
Consistencies And Inconsistencies In Personality Ratings Among Knowledgeable Other Reporters 2017 37 Most personality assessments rely on self-report, but the Realistic Accuracy Model (RAM) proposes that personality may be accurately perceived by others. The strongest reporters of a target's personality besides the target themselves are knowledgeabl...